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Nuvision TM800W560L Driver/Touch Issue & Factory System Restore [Fixed]

Nuvision TM800W560L Tablet Driver Fix Touchscreen Fix Audio Fix Windows Fix

Cheap Windows Tablets are sometimes great. Specifically, if it comes with Microsoft Signature Edition Windows version as the Windows does not have any junk.

However, cheap often comes with some trade offs. For example, I bought this really cool Nuvision TM800W560L Tablet.

But someday ago I messed it up. I thought of installing a clean Windows and it went horribly. After installing I did not have any sound or touch or battery. I thought this would be a junk and Nuvision Customer Service was one of the worst. The customer care guys do not know a thing about this particular tablet TM800W560L Nuvision Tablet.

Why I had to clean install?

My installation stuck at about 68% while I tried to install an Insider Preview. The tablet wouldn’t turn on. It would just keep restarting in a loop again and again. And nothing seemed to be working. I often got a GSOD but it rebooted so fast, I never could read what’s the error. So I thought of installing a clean Windows.

 Boot to BIOS on Nuvision TM800W560L

So how can you fix your driver issue of Nuvision TM800W560L? Or how to restore factory Windows in Nuvision TM800W560L? After 2 weeks of countless tries, applying different methods I have finally made it work. Just like the review video. You can fix your touchscreen issue on TM800W560L or audio issue. You can see my full review about the tablet here.

How to USB Boot Nuvision TM800W560L

The Nuvision customer service representatives are so dumb they don’t even know what is the key to boot. I had to restart countless times to actually find it out which is the key to boot.

Requirements

1) USB Hub

2) Keyboard

3) USB

4) Micro USB to USB Converter

The Nuvision TM800W560L booting key is F7. You need to turn off the tablet. Click the power switch and immediately start pressing F7. (plug keyboard in USB hub). You’ll see the boot menu popping up.

Nuvision TM800W560L Driver Issue Fix / System Restore

Your Nuvision TM800W560L has no touch? No audio? Messed up? Not Booting? Then you need to restore your Nuvision  TM800W560L to factory image. But the problem is, Nuvision Download Center does not provide software for this tablet anymore. Fortunately, I downloaded the System Image and I can provide you that.

Download TM800W560L Factory Image from MediaFire

After downloading and extracting to a local folder, you’ll get a directory with files like this

But how to make use of these? I’ll show you how.

How to install Drivers/Factory Windows on Nuvision TM800W560L

  • First, you need to make sure your USB hub is working and the plugged in keyboard is working. You can try pressing F7 while rebooting to check. If it’s okay then go on to the next step.
  • Download the software from above link.
  • Extract it in your PC.
  • Format your USB to fat32. Copy all the contents that you extracted to your USB. After completing the copying, we have taken all the files to the USB.
  • But we still need to make the USB bootable. (We can’t use Rufus because Rufus would have needed an ISO or img).

 icon-folder-open Make USB Bootable

So, we’ll make it bootable via Command Line Prompt.

  1. Open cmd.exe with admin privilege
  2. Navigate to the Extracted folder where you have extracted all the files and navigate to the folder using cd command
  3. Type cd boot
  4. Type bootsect.exe /nt60 F: (where F is the letter of our removal/USB disk drive.)

Now here is the tricky part. Boot this USB from your tablet by pressing F7. If you are lucky, your PC will find itself working again. But in my case, the boot script was formatting the USB itself every time.  And I was getting an error like this

The USB key was partitioning the USB key itself, whereas it should have been partitioning the internal hard disk of the tablet

Now in this step, I began studying about how this mechanism works. The thing is Microsoft has a different way to install Windows on smaller devices which has less RAM and storage. It’s called Windows PE Deployment.

I knew the boot process was right. All I had to do is to let the system select the internal hard disk not the USB. So I began reading files from the extracted contents. And I finally found the fix.

The Final Trick

You need to go to the Scripts folder in your USB. You’ll see these files. Open the Main.cmd File using any text editor. And you’ll find a line about set disk on line 26.

set disk=

 

I knew this line was the culprit because the automatic mechanism wasn’t selecting the required disk. it was selecting disk 1 whereas it should have selected disk 0. I changed it to

set disk=0

The Final Trick 2

If the above workaround did not work for you, there is an easy alternative I found recently. After doing everything just rename the USB Disk as “WINPE” and restart. It should solve the problem!

Saved the file and plugged into USB. Finally, it worked!

Voila! It worked perfectly!

By Saif Hassan

Saif Hassan is widely known as saiftheboss7 in online communities. He loves to brainstorm on topics including PHP, theme customization & WordPress. A pro PC guy. working in Web Design, SEO & Google Adsense. Passionate about Blogging, WordPress, Google, SEO, Gadgets, Macs, Smart Phone, Android and helping others. Other interests and post topics include Photography, Psychology, Literacy, Science, Bengali and Life. :-) Loves to write about Microsoft, Apple & Google.

4 replies on “Nuvision TM800W560L Driver/Touch Issue & Factory System Restore [Fixed]”

Thank you sooooo much Saif!! This guide worked perfect! I had to do all the steps for it to work. All the way up to “The Final Trick 2”.
I appreciate you taking the time to write something like this for those of us who thought our tablet was just a paperweight.

I wonder if you have tried to install Android or linux on it with any luck?
I did wipe it clean and install Android x-86(8.1r1) but the touch screen and the Internet were intermittent. 🙁
anyway, I just wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU to you for bringing my tablet back to life 🙂
Keep up the GREAT work.

Welcome! I did not try Linux because I bought the device to run WIndows specially. I lost few nights trying to figure out how to solve this thing. Glad I kept a copy of the drivers as Nuvision has deleted the original files from their server.

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